31 Oct I think it, I tweet it
I think it, I tweet it. I think it, I tweet it.
That has been my M.O. for so long now, that it’s going to take some getting used to, this idea of blogging. That’s why I’m glad I put so much thought into this blog before I started it. I mean, 2 minutes of ehh, it feels so complicated, you’re right, you’re right, it’s brilliant, ok, I’ll do it. That’s a lot of thought, isn’t it?
The truth is, that’s how I make pretty much all the big decisions in my life. Um, except for you, wonderful clients. Mucho thought and strategizing goes into your lives and careers.
Mine? I think it, I do it. I think it, I do it.
It’s been a strategy that has led to 8 different jobs in 4 different industries since college. And technically, if you add in short-term jobs, that would bring the total up to 11 or maybe even 12 depending on how you counted.
I feel safe enough revealing this given that I’ve now spent 8 years (holy crap, 8 years??) as an agent, and this December will mark 4 years with my own agency, and I truly love what I do. So my spur of the moment decisions are more likely to involve getting on Twitter, like I did 2 years ago (wow, was it really 2 years ago??), or blogging, like I did yesterday (wow, was it really only yesterday??), rather than yet another career switch.
What was my point again? Oh right, I know. I have no idea what I’m going to post here or how often. But feel free to make suggestions. Otherwise, just go with the flow and we’ll see what I come up with.
See you next time.
bridgetstraubPosted at 18:04h, 31 October
Welcome to the land of blog. It’s kind of addicting, just like twitter. Personally I enjoy reading your thoughts all together like this, and can’t wait to hear your big news. Where will you first announce it, whatever it is? Here or twitter?
Linda G.Posted at 18:18h, 31 October
LOL! Well, whatever you’re doing for your clients works just fine, so don’t change that. And don’t you dare switch careers again now! You don’t want a Wolf Pack riot. 😉
Kate LarkindalePosted at 18:20h, 31 October
That’s how I blog too…. So I have to hope my thoughts are interesting enough for other people read.
Melissa AlexanderPosted at 18:33h, 31 October
I don’t think you need to feel pressure to blog. When you have a topic you want to explore, go for it. But don’t bog yourself down just because you think you have to meet some schedule.
Julie Butcher (@Julie_Butcher)Posted at 18:45h, 31 October
I’m pretty sure this wasn’t the BIG NEWS. *thinks* Yup, pretty sure. 😀
Renee CollinsPosted at 18:56h, 31 October
Well, your tweets always crack me up, so I can’t imagine you going wrong with blog posts. 🙂
Ileandra YoungPosted at 19:19h, 31 October
Blogging was a spur of the moment decision for me too and it took almost a year to settle into anything like a sensible schedule or pattern. Its fun though; I always enjoy it and I’m still looking forward to reading the ‘big news’ that partly drove you to it. 🙂
Kimberly SabatiniPosted at 19:22h, 31 October
I love my bad-ass Tinkerbell Ninja agent! Blog on!
Michele ShawPosted at 14:10h, 01 November
Hello, Michelle! Linda Grimes sent me over from her blog. I enjoy your tweets daily, and wanted to say welcome to blogging. Nothing wrong with thinking and doing, as our first thoughts are usually the best!
onechicklettePosted at 18:55h, 11 November
Congrats on four years on your own!
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